Oudenaarde

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Oudenaarde

Oudenaarde (ouˌdənärˈdə), Fr. Audenarde, commune (1991 pop. 27,162), East Flanders prov., W Belgium, on the Scheldt River. It is a textile center and a rail junction. At Oudenaarde, in 1708, the allies under Marlborough and Eugene of Savoy defeated the French under the dukes of Burgundy and of Vendôme in the War of the Spanish Succession. Oudenaarde has a Gothic town hall (16th cent.).
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For Belgian photographer Kirsten Thys Van Den Audenaerde, who is taking part in this year's fest, there is no better place for someone to let their imagination run wild.
The authors would like to thank Pauline Koslowksi and Laurens Van Audenaerde from Samsonite, as well as Franqois Essers and Marcel van Enckevort from QCPolymers for the elaborate discussions on the case study.
Thys van den Audenaerde, eds), ORSTOM, Paris et MRAC, Tervuren, pp: 217-342.
The ecology and fishery of the pygmy herring, Sierrathensa loenensis (Thysvan Den Audenaerde, 1969) in the Num River and Taylor Creek of the Niger Delta.
She considers and rejects in turn attributions to Jacobus de Audenaerde (van Waesberghe), Jacobus de Montibus (Crocker, Ellsworth), and Magister Jacobus de Montibus Anonie (Desmond).
[8.] Snoeks J, De Vos L and D Thys van Den Audenaerde The Ichtyogeography of Lake Kivu.
The exhibition was so successful--it attracted 1.2 million visitors (Van Den Audenaerde & Van Hoecke 1998:14)--that the colonial pavilion of Tervuren was gradually transformed into a fully-fledged Musee du Congo belge (or Museum van Belgish-Kongo).
"Kronyk der reder-ykkamers van Audenaerde." Belgisch Museum 6 (1842): 373-408; 7 (1843): 15-72, 232-65, 386-438.